Trudeau said the Trudeau government’s strategy is to continue the campaign against North Korea despite the “very serious threat” posed by the rogue nation.

Trudeau’s office issued a statement on Wednesday saying the Trudeau administration is “continuing to engage” with the international community in efforts to strengthen the global community against North Korean aggression.

“Canada’s strategy for countering North Korean threats is based on the UN Security Council Resolution 2231, which calls for an immediate and unconditional cessation of North Korean activities that threaten peace and security on the Korean Peninsula,” the statement said.

“We continue to work closely with our international partners and allies to implement the Security Council resolution, and we continue to make clear to our international allies and partners that they are the most vulnerable to the North Korean threat.”

Trudeau is scheduled to speak to Canadian diplomats in Ottawa on Thursday about the North Korea crisis.

The Liberal government has been accused of being too soft on North Korea and too cautious in its approach to the crisis.